Shorelines

The WCC advocates for public access to waterways and street-ends in our neighborhood.  We work with Friends of North Lake Union (FONLU) to maintain and improve shoreline habitat, and to provide public access to Lake Union. Please help us to raise awareness of each waterway by posting your photos and comments on Google Maps and other social media sites!

Wallingford Waterways Walk

Join us Saturday October 7, 3:00 – 5:00 PM, on a family friendly walk to learn about the public access points on Lake Union. Rain or shine!

Where: Waterway 22 (at the bottom of Stone Way N). We’ll meet where the Burke-Gilman Trail intersects with Stone Way N, in the parking lot area by Solsticio just south of N 34th Street). Then about 3:15 PM, we’ll begin to work our way east toward Waterway 15 (just to the west of Ivar’s Salmon House, at NE Northlake Way and 4th Ave NE).  For those so inclined, join us after the walk for Ivar’s Happy Hour.

Why: Wallingford’s public waterways are wonderful features of our community and the Wallingford Community Council has made access to the public waterways a key action item. We hold this walk to raise awareness of where the public access points are along the Wallingford section of Lake Union. In addition, we want to improve shoreline habitats.

What: We will visit each Waterway in Wallingford, generating ideas and making plans as we go. Join us and add your thoughts to the mix.

Map of Waterways and Street-Ends

Map of waterways in Wallingford. Prepared by James Thompson. © Copyright 2015 Wallingford Community Council. All Rights Reserved.

Map of waterways and street-ends in Wallingford. Prepared by James Thompson. © Copyright 2015 Wallingford Community Council. All Rights Reserved.

Reports

2015 Wallingford Waterways Walk.

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